Insane photo shows Cleveland street flooded with fans for the Cavaliers’ championship parade

The Cavaliers are back in Cleveland celebrating their NBA Championship, and on Wednesday roughly 100% of Ohio turned out for the parade.

We’re used to seeing streets flooded with fans during championship celebrations, but this is a completely different level. Downtown Cleveland is so crowded that fans have flooded parking garages and are sitting atop port-a-potties just to get a view of LeBron James and the rest of his team.

Check this out:

The Cavs should just crowdsurf through the city with the Larry O’Brien trophy

— Cleveland Frowns (@ClevelandFrowns) June 22, 2016

People already posting up on top of porta-potties downtown

— Cleveland Frowns (@ClevelandFrowns) June 22, 2016

This. Is. Real. Life.

— T.D. Dery (@TD1TribeKU) June 22, 2016

J.R. Smith, it should be noted, arrived with a shirt on but shed it in under an hour and is now parading shirtless.


— Sean Gentille (@seangentille) June 22, 2016

J.R. Smith going shirtless again.

— Chris Haynes (@ChrisBHaynes) June 22, 2016

Before the Cavs trumped the Warriors in Game 7, no Cleveland team had won a championship in 52 years. When the drought lasts that long, the whole city goes to the parade.

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